Set of low level css features without any solid css.
Rails 3.1+ with sass and sass-rails gems
For rails 3.1+ it's easy: just require gem in your “`Gemfile“`
For another framework (or without any framework) you should copy app/assets/stylesheets folder to your sass folder.
Import wiskey at the beginning of application.css.scss
All requirements underneath wiskey will have the cool wiskey features.
Sprockets provides some directives that are placed inside of comments called require, require_tree, and require_self. DO NOT USE THEM IN YOUR SASS/SCSS FILES. They are very primitive and do not work well with Sass files. Instead, use Sass's native @import directive which sass-rails has customized to integrate with the conventions of your rails projects.
Rails 2.3 or a non-Rails project (static site, jekyll, wordpress, etc…)
Wiskey includes an easy way to generate a directory with all the necessary files. Install the wiskey gem:
gem install wiskey
Change the directory to where you want to generate the wiskey folder and files:
bundle exec wiskey install
This will generate a folder called `wiskey` containing all the mixins and other necessary wiskey files. It is recommended not to add or modify the files so that you can update it easily.
Update an existing installation with:
bundle exec wiskey update
This will delete the 'wiskey' directory and regenerate it.
*Sass Watch:* To output properly, Wiskey must be explicitly required (`-r`) by Sass at the command line:
# Example (project root directory) sass --watch stylesheets/sass:stylesheets -r ./stylesheets/sass/wiskey/lib/wiskey.rb
For the Jekyll just add requirement into 'sass_converter.rb'
You will need to import the mixins at the beginning of your stylesheet(s):
For Thoughtbots and their bourbon gem.
This project rocks and uses MIT-LICENSE.